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One of the best resources we have are the articles that others have made. Sharing their stories and views that can help show us a different perspective, or help us better understand different things. Here are some articles that have helped us understand different things, from skills, to information.

Piling too much on our plates is overwhelming, we’re over-committing ourselves and we get burnt out, we stress out. This article discusses how we can take control of our stress and find greater balance throughout our lives.

Tackling Too Many Projects

We all have negative thoughts about ourselves at one point or another, but when they start to get in our way, that’s when it becomes ‘self-limiting’. This article talks about SLBs and how to start to manage them.

Room for Growth: Overcoming Our Fixed Mental Habits

Mindfulness meditation benefits more than just our minds. With newfound physical benefits, this article elaborates the long lasting health benefits for the body from mindful meditation.

Five Ways Mindfulness Meditation Is Good for Your Health

Learning how emotions work can be difficult. Specifically, how to start putting that knowledge into practice. This article gives ‘commandments’ to follow and makes it easier for one to implement the knowledge you have.

The 10 Commandments Of Emotional Intelligence

In this article, it is discussed that emotional intelligence is not only the ability to read our emotions and those of others, it’s also the ability to ‘understand and label’ and ‘to express and regulate’ those emotions.

Understanding emotional intelligence and its effects on your life

Benefits of emotional intelligence are illustrated in this article. The author also discusses the components of emotional intelligence and how to improve it.

The Ultimate Guide To Emotional Intelligence To Be Happy And Successful In A Brain-Dead World

We face daily emotional challenges in the modern life. In our society, we learn how to block and avoid them but, in this article, author Hilary Jacobs Hendel gives light to why that is unhealthy.

Ignoring Your Emotions Is Bad for Your Health. Here’s What to Do About It

In this article, author Lila MacLellan discusses that acceptance of one’s dark emotions connects to better emotional resilience, and fewer symptoms of depression and anxiety.

Accepting your darkest emotions is the key to psychological health

​A simple straightforward article gives insight to what exactly emotional intelligence is. Author Justin Bariso says if you achieve this then you’ll be making emotions work for you, instead of against you.

What emotional intelligence is all about 

Author Eric Ravenscraft has struggled with mental illnesses for decades. He goes on to discuss deep-seated beliefs that even he had to un-learn.

The Misconceptions about Mental Illness We Need to Unlearn

Journaling is a natural way of labeling emotions and acknowledging traumatic events. When everything seems like a mess, organizing it onto the lines of a journal is better than one would think, and this article tells you why.

What’s All This About Journaling?

Getting into a flow is so satisfying, the pursuit of the task at hand is harmonious. It’s your best performance and you’re energized. Having emotional investment in our work creates a flow. This article expands on how to reach a state of “flow.”

Finding “Flow”

Not getting enough sleep does more damage than just making us grumpy or groggy. A good night’s rest is key to building emotional intelligence and can enhance emotional and social sophistication. This article discusses these benefits.

How Sleep Primes The Brain For Emotional Intelligence

Emotions can be very powerful and having a high emotional intelligence is extremely useful in helping you to deal with anger effectively. This article provides steps to effectively control your anger.

How To Use Emotional Intelligence To Deal With Anger

In this article, author Lila MacLellan discusses that acceptance of one’s dark emotions connects to better emotional resilience, and fewer symptoms of depression and anxiety.

Accepting your darkest emotions is the key to psychological health

When emotions are high, we tend to not think clearly. Dr. Camille Preston briefly explains why simply understanding the relationship between emotion and intellect is powerful.

The Inverse Relationship Between Emotion and Intellect

VeryWellMind published this article about how emotions seem to rule our daily lives. Author Kendra Cherry describes three key elements of emotion and the responses that follow.

Emotions and Types of Emotional Responses

​Insights into our emotions from American psychologist, Paul Ekman, are discussed in this article. Ekman sheds light on the mysteries of our emotional worlds and how insight into our emotions is helpful.

The benefits of emotional intelligence 

Dr. Grohol's “cheat sheet” of mental health lists things you might not know in just 10 easy to read bullets.

10 Things You Might Not Know About Mental Health

​This article provides 20 quick and easy tips to help calm your stress and help put you in a better mood.

20 Tips to Tame Your Stress